Rumoured Photo Leak Teases Nikon D600 DSLR: Full Frame, Low Price

Tales of entry-level full-frame DSLRs have been circulating for a while now. Could we now have concrete proof that we will finally see one of these affordable beauties from Nikon?

The photos come from the forums at Xitek.com, and they look pretty legit. NikonRumors has a speculative list of features and specs, including a 24.7-megapixel full-frame sensor, built in AF motor, 39 AF points and full HD video with HDMI out.

If the D600 comes in at around $US1500, as rumoured, things could get interesting for the prosumer DSLR buyer. The cheapest full-framer you can buy right now is gonna be years old and still run you over $US2000, while the latest offerings, such as a Nikon D800 or Canon 5D Mark III are $US3000 and up.

Of course, Canon is ready with their own mess of rumours about a similarly priced full-frame just around the corner. Could make for a good ol' Canon vs Nikon slap-fight. [NikonRumors via Xitek.com]


Comments

    This is more in line with a D700 replacement, but will sit below it on features except sensor. Looks like a FF version of the D7000 I'd say.

    Think nikon should deliver the already announced D800 and correct its bugs before venturing in to the next FX camera.

    Any news on the release date? Would love to upgrade before I go on my holiday.

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